In A Nurse & A Purse…Beware ! I wrote about the dangers to women from predatory men.
Just recently, I learned that a grandmother whom we all thought had her act together fell prey to a much younger man. Continue reading “Casanova Strikes Again”
At my annual physical exam, my doctor shared with me the story of a small growth that he had ignored years ago.
He was too busy in medical school to have to have it removed.
Still learning after all these years.
When I was young, I thought I would know just about everything by the time I graduated from college. Continue reading “Thoughts at 10,000 Feet*”
She’s a bitch.
I don’t like her. I try to avoid her.
Yet, this woman taught me something valuable. Continue reading “No time for this!”
Even though I live in Oregon, Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR) is one of my favorite radio stations. Thanks to the Internet, I stream WPR programs daily.
I looked twice when I saw the date. May 5, 2034.
This was the maturity date for a bond.
How many years is that from today? 16 Continue reading “2034”
With apologies to Charles Dickens.
In many ways, 2017 was the best of times for me.
Then in the last eight months, it was the worst of times bringing terrible grief.
Now on the last day of 2017, I am looking forward with guarded optimism to 2018.
Today is my birthday which puts me in a philosophical frame of mind.
I found myself thinking about the tumultuous year that flew by.
So many good things! Life was a joy. My sons and their families were doing great. Continue reading “Musings on my birthday”
Another sign that my grandson is growing up!
I am exhausted.
What started as a lovely Sunday turned into a harrowing experience.